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    u spelled WEBER wrong in ur name thing... u put WEBBER!

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    holy crap I never noticed that! god I am stupid

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    You may not have the linkage set up right... you may have to drill a hole lower on the throttle bracket.

    I had some odd bits so I assume my linkage looks nothing like yours... it's totally ghetto cause I didn't buy the kit.
    - llia


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    i envy you. Oh i wish i wish i could afford a Weber.
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    how much did u pay for it and installation? (or did u install it urself, i just want to know how much it might cost me)

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    I paid $330 for the carb kit and $250 for install. It's still not tuned yet. But it isn't going to cost me anything more. It would have been $200 if there wasn't so much weird shit happening with the gasket thing.

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    Yeah this mechanic is going to do it friday morning. He said he would have to rig something up so the barrels will open all the way. only 1 of the barrels was working and I thought it was still a hell of a lot better than the stock carb. The cable is on the top hole thing. He's going to put it on the bottom one to see then if that doesn't work he'll custom make something. I don't really understand yet about the black box. There's 2 metal tubes I need to plug that are connected to the black box? Do I remove the black box thing?

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    no, there is a vac valve connected to the left side of the black box. you need to remove the vac tube connected to the valve (this will close the valve so it dosent suck air). then remove the box. there might be (I cant remember for sure) two larger vac tubes connected to the right side of the black box, if there are then you will need to plug them.

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    A20A1 can you confirm that? I'll check it out after my class. It just snowed here last night. The carb isn't running up to par yet and it still ran better than my stock one ever did.

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    yea that whole gasket thing led to the demise of my head gasket and two rings, that antifreeze went down the intake manifold. sucked hardcore, im very very reluctant to put it on after that fiasco that costed me 1600$. What do you guys think? put it on, or sell it
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    sell, get another for cheaper and try again!


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    another what? accord? nah man, i just rebuilt the engine (due to the carb disaster)
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    Dunno how many times I have mentioned this but... None of the holes in the linkage that the dgv ships with are right for the accord. They just toss a generic linkage in there and the rest is up to you. What you need to do is flatten it, drill a hole about where the bend was, and then uses some washers to space it out so it doesn't bind with the carb body. I used to have the exact distance handy, but I lost that info. The pedal problaby feels weak because you don't have a good return spring. That one that comes with the weber is a joke. Go to pep boys and pick up a universal spring and rig it up for a better fee.

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    phydeaux do you have any pictures of that? (custom linkage) Or is it the same as A20A1. Just a universal return spring? I was thinking about that black box thing too. What I did was plug it but then it somehow blew the plug off. I ordered a K&N filter. It's a bigger than the breather filter and it has a heat shield on it too. The filter is all chromed out! I have a K&N filter for a stock airbox for sale. It's about 5 months old. I just cleaned it a month ago too. PM me if you're interested.

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    Wow! dude you rock. Thanks a lot. And that was fast too. I'm going to show that to my mechanic. He has to tune it and make it work right. I already paid him for the job so he has to do what it takes to make it work. Thanks again.

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    So will that weber intake that fits on the carbs work for our cars?

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    hey PhydeauX where did you get the thing connecting the throttle cable to the linkage? mine that came with the weber is cutting into my cable and I need to get something different.

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    I got that at some autoparts store. It was a piece of crap and I wouldn't recoment it. I droped the one that came with the weber and it rolled off under something and I never found it. The best way is to untwist one of the 3 main strands from the wire and only feed 2 through.

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    Exclamation WEBER 32/36 HELP / ADJUSTMENT / INSTALL / TUNE / QUESTIONS

    this is the site for the weber carb for 3geez. this first one is the carb, price, and other info.
    http://www.weber-carburetors.com/Weber/Dataresults.asp
    this is the short arm type intake.
    http://www.weber-carburetors.com/airintake.asp
    i wanted to know if ne of yall have one. wut is its part number? i needed to know if this kit will work on an automatic transmission. mine is auto . thats not all bad though. for neone who has a weber on their auto tranny 3gee, wut was your part number. if u have one did u get it from this site? has neone put there 3gee on a dyno with the carb kit? part numbers and where u got it would help me out when im going to order it. hopefully very soon.
    Keep it HONDA. Or at least Asian.ô
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    I would not waste money on one of those.

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    Waste money on the weber or the intake? The only reason I want the intake is because I don't want to make an adapter for my Weber and I don't think I could get it to look las good as that. It's way too much but that's why my girlfriend is buying it for me for christmas.

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    First check the height of the intake adapter... if it's 2.5" then you are good. if it's 3" then you may or may not hit the hood.

    If the intake doesn't fit then you can always ask around and get an air cleaner lid that had an embossed Honda "H"?

    as for getting the weber... do it.

    as for being auto.
    I suggest you look at your trans cable... it's on the left side and either goes into the firewall or it connects to the rear of the stock carb.

    If it goes into the firewall you don't have to worry about anything and you can treat the installation the same as if it was being done on a 5-speed.

    If it connects to the car you can do 1 of 2 things.
    - find an junked automatic accord with the trans cable not connected to the carb.
    (grab the entire pedal assembly and trans cable)

    - make a linkage that will pull the trans cable at the same time you press the accelerator pedal down.
    - llia


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    you have to buy the one for the 5-speed... they don't sell the kit for an auto.
    - llia


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    HONDA ACCORD
    2.0 W/ MANUAL TRANS
    Kit # K728
    32/36 DGEV (Electric Choke)
    $359.95


    you may want to try www.nopi.com it may be cheaper.
    - llia


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